The historic low in Brazilian interest rates since mid-2017 has sparked fierce competition among banks striving to attract clients. As a result, analysts expect the Brazilian property market to see supply drop dramatically by the end of this year.
Low interest rates and improved market conditions lead to booming investment in Brazilian real estate funds, a trend set to last for at least 2 years.
After a strong 2017 with increases in launches and sales, analysts are predicting an excellent year for the Brazilian property market in 2018.
December ended a strong year for the Ceará property market when the number and value of sales grew. Analysts expect further consolidation in 2018
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The Fortaleza property market continues to show strong growth this year with rises in prices and sales in July, well ahead of national statistics
May was an excellent month for the Brazilian property market, which posted bullish results in both sales and launches. Sao Paulo property stood out in particular along with the luxury property sector, one of the stalwarts of the market in general.
Recent government measures have given the Brazilian property market a boost, particularly for demand. In some parts of the country, for example, Fortaleza, the market is already moving upwards with a rise in property prices.
The Brazilian property market faces 2017 with optimism. Based on the tandem of falling interest rates and rising investor confidence, many analysts are pointing to this year as the best time to buy Brazilian real estate.